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Go above your professional training with a graduate certificate in implementation science or biomedical informatics.
Learn how to conduct health outcomes assessments and clinical effectiveness research in a range of biomedical, clinical and community-based research settings.
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HOBI news & Events
Please join the department of health outcomes and biomedical informatics for grand rounds with Melanie Guldi, Ph.D., associate professor of economics in the College of Business Administration at the at the University of Central Florida. She will present, “Leveraging the RDC to analyze the National Maternal and Infant Health Survey (The Effects of Pregnancy-Related Medicaid Expansions on Maternal, Infant, and Child Health)” on November 9th from 12-1pm via Zoom.
The University of Florida is one of a network of institutions selected to implement the National Institutes of Health’s HEALthy Brain and Child…
An initiative to transform its curriculum and research with machine learning, powered by an AI supercomputer, provides a model for other universities.
HOBI professor Carma Bylund, Ph.D., has been named editor-in-chief of PEC Innovation, a new online journal published by Elsevier covering the fields…
meet OUR FACULTY
Dr. Harle’s research focuses on how information technology-mediated communication tools affect consumer, patient, and provider decisions and behavior. As Chief Research Information Officer, he is focused on developing excellent people, processes, and infrastructure that enable research and discovery with real-world health data and information technology across UF Health.